NES Retropie Pi B+ case

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NES Retropie Pi B+ case by mathers3000 Apr 18, 2015
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Modified to give a cleaner look, and expose USB ports. Can use screws, or glue to hold together. Lid Snaps into place.

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I've successfully printed one, but there are a lot of modifications to be made before it will fit a RasPi without damaging it, fit the standard RasPi power connector, and allow for standard RasPi Canakit heatsinks. I may try re-remixing this to correct the issues I encountered. Still, I really like the way it turned out! The external USB ports were exactly what I wanted.

Where did you get the screws for assembly? I don't know where to find them and would rather not use glue.

I ended up finding size 4 x 1/2 inch screws and they worked well.

Exactly the way I would've remixed it. Will try the top tomorrow and the bottom once my silver get here.